You vote, you decide…who had Ohio’s best individual performance this past week?
MaxPreps and JJHuddle are proud to announce that they will again sponsor an athlete of the week during the 2017-18 school year.
Each week during the season (regular and post), there will be a fan-generated contest to tab two weekly winners. Each winner will receive awards (bracelets and certificates). Football, girls and boys soccer and volleyball athletes will be eligible for the award.
How does it work?
Nominees will be selected from statistics submitted on MaxPreps. Coaches who do not have current access may request their free account here. Stats must be entered on MaxPreps to make players eligible for the Athlete of the Week awards. We will announce the weekly finalists on MaxPreps and JJHuddle every Tuesday and voting will be conducted in a special poll. Voting will cease at noon on Mondays. The winners (two per week) will be announced the next day along with the next week’s nominees.
Vote as many times as you want. It’s a competition. Vote Now!
Week 1 Ohio HS Athlete of the Week Nominations
* Logan Schnabl, Valley Christian (Youngstown) Girls Soccer
Senior netted history by scoring 11 goals in a 12-4 win over Lordstown. According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, the 11 goals is tied for the fifth most in a game nationally and is the most goals scored in a game anywhere in the country by a girls player since 2005. According to the NFHS, the 11 goals is also the most ever for a girls player from Ohio.
* Owen Wetherill & Nick Adams, Hardin Northern (Dola) Football
Duo dominated in a 57-35 win over Arcadia. Wetherill, a freshman quarterback and linebacker, completed 18-of-31 passes for 329 yards and six touchdowns and had 12 tackles, including three tackles-for-loss and two sacks. Adams, a junior running back, carried the ball 12 times for 100 yards and a touchdown and caught six passes for 146 yards and three more touchdowns.
* Trenton Cramer, Padua Franciscan (Parma) Football
Senior running back carried the ball 27 times for 283 yards and three touchdowns and caught a 27-yard pass for a touchdown in a 47-21 win over Woodridge.
* Brandon Coleman, Columbia (Columbia Station) Football
Junior running back/linebacker carried the ball 30 times for 204 yards and three touchdowns, returned a kickoff 83 yards for a touchdown and had 11 tackles in a 35-28 win over Independence.